Tuesday, December 07, 2010

The Daley Dozen: Tuesday

1. Mark Reckons returns to write about the tutition fees fiasco.
2. Daniel Hannan thinks the best response to Wikileaks is openness.
3. Platform 10 is certain the old boys club is alive and kicking.
4. Tory Radio is with Michael Howard on prison.
5. Not a Sheep looks at some fascinating analysis.
6. James Forsyth confirms Nick Clegg WILL vote for tuition fee rise.
7. Cranmer wants an end to the sexualisation of children.
8. Parlez me 'n Tory think the NUS have one last chance.
9. The Daily (Maybe) wonders why gender matters with pensions.
10. Peter Watt has some refreshing advice for Labour.
11. Alex Deane isn't sure the BBC is worth it.
12. Mark Wallace reckons that David Lammy is no Mastermind himself.

1 comment:

Nigel said...

>>Daniel Hannan thinks the best response to Wikileaks is openness<<

Good luck with that.

Though the US government is showing a hitherto unexpected mastery of irony...

The United States is pleased to announce that it will host UNESCO’s World Press Freedom Day event in 2011, from May 1 - May 3 in Washington, D.C ...
... The United States places technology and innovation at the forefront of its diplomatic and development efforts. New media has empowered citizens around the world to report on their circumstances, express opinions on world events, and exchange information in environments sometimes hostile to such exercises of individuals’ right to freedom of expression. At the same time, we are concerned about the determination of some governments to censor and silence individuals, and to restrict the free flow of information. We mark events such as World Press Freedom Day in the context of our enduring commitment to support and expand press freedom and the free flow of information in this digital age.